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Insulation/Noise Reduction Material (6 companies found)

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  • Polymer Technologies Inc.

    Polymer Technologies is the most dynamic and fastest growing manufacturing company in the acoustical and thermal composites industry. Exceptional customer service, technical support and engineering without material bias set us apart.
  • Koolmat Insulation

    Koolmat RV: Products like Koolmat gas engine starter covers that buff the casing so the silonoid won't get the wrong message and start everytime. Shielding for sensors, RV diesel beds, gas engine Koolsox 07519 + 07520 spark plug boot covers for 6 & 8 plugs that burn. Plus exhaust shields for any part that...
  • Greenwood Products Inc

    Supplies engineered structural wood panels including db-Ply noise reducing plywood for floors and bulkheads. Environmentally friendly preservative-treated plywood and supporting sound damping panels and materials. Full technical support in structural panels including repair depots and OEMs. XL...
  • Thermal Structures Inc.

    Sheet Metal Blankets: Durable Sheet Metal Heat Shields When only the best will do, Thermal Structures heavy duty sheet metal products are designed to withstand the intense air flow of high thrust turbine engines. These types of shields are typically constructed using a stamped or spun sheet metal protective outer...
  • InsulTech LLC

    Acoustical Products: Our acoustical insulation composites are designed to control, dampen, direct and/or eliminate noise. These composite include foam, low-density fiberglass, vinyl barriers and a variety of facings. Enhanced surface treatments such as embossed polyester, perforated vinyl and urethane matte can...
  • E-A-R SPECIALTY COMPOSITES

    E-A-R Specialty Composites manufactures proprietary, high performance plastics and foams—vinyls, urethanes and rubbers—for noise control, vibration and shock isolation, damping, cushioning and ergonomics. Marketed worldwide, the company's materials are used in a virtually endless variety of OEM...